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The British Council are seeking potential presenters for the next series of seminars. Since 2010 the British Council seminar series has welcomed over 1500 English language teachers to 32 evening seminars, in 12 cities around the UK. The series has featured stimulating talks on a wide variety of topics. You can find titles of past seminars at www.teachingenglish.org.uk/seminars.
English UK is the leading UK association of English language teaching organisations, with over 450 members. There is a full programme of training days from September to June, aimed at teachers, managers and support staff. In addition, English UK organises key conferences throughout the year, each aimed at a different group of staff - teachers, marketers, management and business English trainers.
TESOL-Italy's 37th National Convention will take place on November 16–17, 2012 in Rome.
The first ELT Conference organised by the EFL Monitoring Board will be held in September 2012 in Malta.
The full programme for the 2012 English UK Business English Trainers' Conference is now available to view online.
Are you attending IATEFL Glasgow next month?
Come to the British Council’s networking reception where we will be launching our new LearnEnglish Teens website. It’s a great opportunity to catch up with old friends and make new ones!
This innovative project will enable teachers to assess themselves and gain an overview of their competences and an indication of their training needs. The Grid will also be useful for trainers and managers to help support teachers’ professional development and optimise the management of teaching staff within their organisation.
The journal investigates children's literature as an art form, and as a framework with which to connect L2 literature teaching across the school years. The scope covers the affordances of children's literature for L2 acquisition with pre-school infants through to young adults.
'The Mystery and Magic of Language’ is the theme for NATECLA’s thirty-fourth National Conference. Learning to distinguish patterns and make associations – the magic moment when we realise that everything has a name – is all part of the journey to communication and the mysterious bond that ties humanity together. The Liverpool conference will explore these themes and much more besides.
The Applied Linguistics Research Group at Oxford invites abstracts for papers and posters for the 8th BAAL Learning and Teaching SIG conference, entitled:
Beyond the beginner: sustaining second language learning
This is the latest edition of In English Digital (IED). IED is an e-zine for teachers of English and, while written by teachers and other ELT professionals from the Lusophone world of Portuguese speaking countries, will be of interest to all teachers of English as a foreign language.